My Classroom Management Plan Essay
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I have heard that for many beginning teachers, classroom management can be one of the most challenging aspects of their new career. Knowing this, I decided to experiment with many classroom management approaches during my student teaching to find one that fit both my students and myself. Based on these experiences, I designed a classroom management plan that I will implement in my classroom as a beginning teacher. It is important to note, however, that my classroom management philosophy will be evolving as necessary as I gain more experience and insight into the field of teaching. Also, my classroom management plan may need to be altered to fit my specific group of students.
Implementing a Student-Centered Classroom Management…show more content…
While student teaching, I planned many small group activities, hands-on science lessons, and math lessons using manipulatives. I planned for each possible classroom management issue so that I could avoid problems. For example, when introducing base ten blocks to the first graders, I knew these brand new manipulatives could be a distraction. To avoid this, I allowed the students to use bellwork time (the first 15 minutes of school) to explore and play with these new math manipulatives. When the time came for our math lesson that afternoon, I stressed that students had an opportunity to play with the base ten blocks this morning, but now it was time for us to use these as our math tools, not math toys. Our lesson ended up being a very productive one.
Being Positive in my Classroom Management Approach
My classroom management approach will be a positive one. By using positive reinforcement and by creating positive relationships with my students, it will again eliminate many behavior issues before they occur. While student teaching, I tried a new classroom management technique focusing on positive reinforcement for good behavior with the first graders. I placed a jar in the front of the classroom, and explained that every time I caught the students being good, I would drop a marble into the jar. Once the jar was completely full, the students could choose a reward for their good behavior. Immediately after implementing this new plan, I
Essay No. 01
My Class Room
I study in a very big school. In my city it is the most famous school. My school building is also very big. It has four stories. My class room is on the ground floor.
My class room is very spacious. It is airy and well ventilated. It has four ceiling fans in it which are sufficient for all the students sitting inside the room. There is also a noiseless desert cooler in one corner of the room.
At a little distance from my classroom is the administrative block. It has spacious verandahs on two sides. It has two doors which ensure cross ventilation. There is also a large window in one of the walls.
On both sides, beyond the verandahs, there are small passages and then grassy lawns which also have some flowers growing in flower pots.
In my classroom there are pictures of eminent persons, paintings, charts by students, maps etc. there is a low dais along one wall of the room. On the dais is a table and chair for the teacher. Behind the dais is blackboard for the teacher to write on with a chalk. The students sit facing the blackboard.
Here are two categories of students in my classroom. The dullards and shirkers hate it. Those who are fond of studies love it.
It‘s infect, in the class room that a student’s personality is really formed. It is for this reason that I in the class- room most attentively. It is only the foolish few who sometimes spoil the real taste of studies as they cannot appreciate the value of studies and have to repent later in life.
Essay No. 02
I read in a very big school. Its building comprises four storeys. My class-room lies on the ground floor.
My class-room is situated only at a little distance from the administrative block. It has spacious verandahs on two sides. It has two doors which ensure cross ventilation. There is also a large window in one of the walls.
On both sides, beyond the verandahs, there are small passages and then grassy lawns which also have some flower plants growing in flower pots.
My classroom is quite spacious. It is airy and well-ventilated. It has three ceiling fans in it which are sufficient for all the students sitting on twenty chairs and desks which are installed in the room. There is also a noiseless desert cooler installed in one corner of the room.
Pictures of eminent persons, students’ paintings, maps and Himalayan scenery bedeck the walls of my class-room.
There is a low dais along one wall of the room. On the dais are placed one chair and a table for the teacher. Behind the dais there is a blackboard for the teacher to write on with a chalk. This blackboard confronts the students sitting on chairs.
My class-room is a mixed fare for different kinds of students. The dullards and shirkers hate it. Those who are brilliant or are really fond of studies love it. Fortunately, I belong to the second category of students.
It is, in fact, in the class-room that a student’s personality is really formed. It is for this reason that I sit in the class-room most attentively. It is only the foolish, noisy few who sometimes spoil the real taste of studies, as they can’t appreciate the value of studies and have to repent later in life.